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-moving system bring rain up from illinois, indiana and ohio today. it's going nowhere fast. that's the problem. that's why we did end up with several inches of rain down across louisiana but they'll dry out today. the and you see where the heavier rain has moved into areas like chicago, michigan and eventually taking over indiana and ohio as well. this is a pretty strong system and that out ahead of it is really warm. and back behind it, it's really cold. so we are going to see -- we're seeing conditions still continue across areas through central and northern minnesota. but heavy rain from nashville right up into detroit and into the northern peninsula of michigan as well. we're looking at now this time around, two to three inches of rain from southern ohio, right down to western kentucky. but look at our temperatures. chicago goes from 58 today to 53 on saturday to 26 degrees on sunday. but in washington, d.c., it's the opposite, 49 to 59 to 68 degrees. it does look really nice across the east coast through the weekend. that's a look at the weather across the country now here's a peek out yo
obstacles to cast their votes, ohio senator nina turner talks with me about the fight for the right to vote. and a salute to the middle class heros. >>> welcome back to "the ed show." equal pay for equal work, birth control, those were the issues that republicans decided to tackle in 2012. it was the year in which republicans at the state level tried to force women considering an abortion to have an invasive and unnecessary ultrasound. some required women to view the ultrasound. republican tim corbitt didn't understand what it was all about. >> i don't know how you can make anybody watch. okay, because you just have to close your eyes. >> it was a year in which there was campaigning on defunding planned parenthood. wouldn't take a position on the lilly ledbetter fair pay act, and bragged about his hiring as governor of massachusetts. >> and we took a concerted effort to go out and find women who could become a member of the cabinet, i went to a group of women, they brought us binders full of women. >> it was the year in which republicans pushed for extremist candidates like todd akin and mu
this november. >>> ohio state senator nina turner joins me to discuss the fight for the right to veto. we'll be right back with our special edition of "the ed show," a salute to the middle class heroes. ♪ that over time, having high cholesterol and any of these risk factors can put them at increased risk for plaque buildup in their arteries. so it's even more important to lower their cholesterol, and that's why, when diet and exercise alone aren't enough, i prescribe crestor. in a clinical trial versus lipitor, crestor got more high-risk patients' bad cholesterol to a goal of under 100. [ female announcer ] crestor is not right for everyone. like people with liver disease or women who are nursing, pregnant or may become pregnant. tell your doctor about other medicines you're taking. call your doctor right away if you have muscle pain or weakness, feel unusually tired, have loss of appetite, upper belly pain, dark urine or yellowing of skin or eyes. these could be signs of rare but serious side effects. ♪ is your cholesterol at goal? talk to your doctor about crestor. [ female announce
right now. and again you notice the cold air pouring in off ohio and into the lakes that's what's going to be coming in our direction by tomorrow. 35 in town. 28 in buffalo and 14 below zeroright now international falls. the cold air will be in our area as we head into tomorrow. we will show you that in the seven-day coming up. >>> an argument over a parkingspace gets heated quickly. what a teen claims happened to her when she was trying to save a spot for her friend and what someone else says happened after they wanted the spot. >>> and as we head into 2013 we will look at 2012 and show you some of the good times and a few of the not so great times. as we head to break this morning a. look at new year's eve celebrations from down under. this is in australia amphitheater you are watching good morning maryland on this the first day of 2013. we want to thank you for starting it off with us. like a lot of things, trying to find a better job can be frustrating. so at university of phoenix we're working with a growing list of almost two thousand corporate part companies like microsoft, ameri
. then, the steubenville rape case in ohio. >> we are anonymous. around mid august 2012, a party to present a small town in ohio known as steubenville. [indiscernible] kidnapping and rape of a 15- year-old girl. >> the hacker activist group anonymous has helped expose new details about a horrific high school gang rape case involving football potyers in ohio. all of that and more coming up. this is "democracy now!," democracynow.org, the war and peace report. i'm amy goodman. up to 18 people have been killed in the latest u.s. drone attacks on pakistan's tribal areas. the strikes hit what pakistani officials described as separate compounds belonging to the pakistani taliban in south missouri stan. the taliban commander was reportedly among the dead. the ongoing drone attacks come days after a federal judge ruled the obama administration is under no obligation to publicly disclose their legal justification. the american civil liberties union and the new york times had filed a lawsuit under the freedom of information act demanding u.s. government disclose the legal basis for launchi
the wisconsin state journal that for now, quote, i've decided not to decide. >>> ohio governor john kasich held a photo op thursday with some cute puppies. he signed a bill into law that creates new regulations on the care of animals housed in large breeding establishments. >>> newark, new jersey, mayor cory booker, who is now an outspoken advocate for gay rights wrote a paper in 1992 talking about the disgust and latent hostility he once felt toward gay people. >>> president obama will take the oath of office with his hand placed on two bibles. one was owned by abraham lincoln, the other by dr. martin luther king jr. >>> and a follow-up on jack liu's loopy signature. president obama took a moment to joke about it. >> i never noticed jack's signature. when this was highlighted yesterday in the press, i considered rescinding my offer to appoint him. jack assures me that he is going to work to make at least one letter legible. >> and that's your morning dish of scrambled politics. >>> and now for a look at the national weather, we turn to nbc meteorologist dillon drier. >> good morning, i kind of
ferric in for don lemon. you are in the cnn "newsroom" with us. leaders in steubenville, ohio are speaking out today, vowing to keep the community updated on a rape case that has consumed the small ohio town. and allegations of a cover-up. the city has launched a website to provide transparency and offer a time line of evidence. two 16-year-old members of the town's high school football team are charged with sexually assaulting an underage girl at a series of back-to-back school parties. protesters rallied today in support of the alleged victim. also to protest the town's handling of the case. a live report that is coming up for us. >>> well, there's new outrage in india over a brutal gang rape and murder case. even as five suspects are set to appear before a fasttrack court in new dehli on monday, police are denying some alarming accusations from the victim's male friend who was savagely beaten in the attack. he gave a television interview about what happened to him and his companion who later died of her injuries. he says they waited more than 45 minutes for help to arrive.
a small ohio town. >> all of us need to pay attention to this. >> shocking an entire nation. an attorney for one of the accused, the woman who felt a crime was being covered up and our own dr. drew pinsky are part of our extended coverage this hour. >>> when was the last time you heard a politician talk like this -- >> 66 days and counting, shame on you, shame on congress. >> new jersey's chris christie winning over voters from both parties. is it hard talk or hot air? >>> and don lemon with william shatner. set tasers -- ♪ going out of my head >> i can't get that song out of my head. >> you've never seen captain kirk like this before. ♪ >> all that and more coming up. >>> don's interview comes later this hour, but first, it is a case that is dividing a small town and attracting national media attention. startling allegations of teenagers raping an underage girl. the accused are two 16-year-old high school football players who allegedly sexually assaulted the girl while partying one night this summer. amid allegations of cover-up, intense social media, leaders in steubenville, ohio,
the airplane is found. >>> in a small ohio town, where the local high school football team is a very big deal, the accusation that two of its players raped a teenaged girl has sparked outrage. questions over the pace of justice, favoritism and influence have ripped that town apart and thrust it into the national spotlight. nbc's ron allen reports from stubenville, ohio. >> reporter: stubenville, ohio, is a struggling, old industrial town that's seen better times. its greatest glory now comes from the big red, its powerhouse high school football team that just about everyone here is connected and devoted to. >> let's be clear. they knew she was drunk. >> reporter: that's why the upcoming rape trial of two star football players, malik richmond and trent mays, named publicly in court, their faces concealed because they are 16, is rocking this community. they have pleaded not guilty. >> shame on you! >> reporter: with hundreds of protesters supporting the 16-year-old accuser, known only as jane doe, who prosecutors insist was subjected to several sexual assaults against her will. the case explodi
to start moving into areas like tennessee, ohio, illinois, indiana. so we're going to see the slow-moving system continue to spread eastward, ever so slowly. we'll see temperatures today on the eastern side of that frontal system continue to warm up, though. so that looks pretty good heading into the weekend. and we are going to actually see this warm front get temperatures like areas like d.c., topping out this weekend close to 70 degrees. >> it's supposed to be a beautiful weekend. so that is nice. >> oh, yes. >> all right, here's a look at the weather in your area, right, dylan. >> yes. >> and a look at the weather and stocks rock as the s&p hits a five-year high. an update on those stranded whales. and thousands of white collar jobs coming to the u.s. >>> plus, nbc's michelle kosinski is live from italy where the costa concordia ran aground one year ago. you're watching "early today." >> announcer: "early today" is brought to you by thermacare heat wraps, no pills, no pain, just relief. >>> welcome back. here are some other stories making news this morning. in colorado james ho
insufficient. luckily, one rural town in ohio has come up with a common-sense solution. >> there's one school district in ohio , they have a new plan, and that is to arm non-teaching employees, basically the janitors and custodians. >> stephen: yes, janitors and custodians. important difference. because he does not spend four years earning his ph.d. in custodial science to be mistaken for some numb-nut janitor. [ laughter ] point is, they'll both have guns, and be able to stop any madman-- as soon as they find the right weapon on their gun ring. [ laughter ] so i'm giving a tip of the hat to the montpelier, ohio, school district. janitors are the logical choice to protect our schools. as one supporter wrote to the the lima, ohio news, quote: "why the custodian? the choice is obvious. they do not have a classroom full of children as their first responsibility as teachers do. and unlike the administrators, they are not needed for quick decisions." [ laughter ] >> stephen: yes, these are the guys we don't trust with any responsibility. let's give them the guns! and they're not -- [cheers and app
in iowa, new hampshire, florida and the critical states of pennsylvania and ohio. so i think this whole press stereotype about him is being confounded by events and has been sharply confounded by events of the last week. >> he's an effective oratar when you hear him speak. he drafted the original violence against women's act, he played a key role in bipartisan deals that resolve the 2010 taxation deadlock, the 2011 debt ceiling crisis and, most recently, the 2012 fiscal cliff. so you can't say it's all that he knows how to work a room or that he knows how to give a passionate speech. he gets things done. >> he's an incredibly as constitute politician. he understands the importance of connecting with folks. as you mentioned, most recently with the fiscal cliff. let's remember he also help s t broker obama care. he loves the idea of going in one-on-one, toe-to-toe and negotiating with folks. i hope the president basically has him hand over immigration reform. you're absolutely right. we can't do piecemeal. we have to do comprehensive. it's actually in the republicans' best interest to do
.c. elections strategy firm. well, including former secretary of state ken blackwell of ohio, the same ken blackwell who manipulated voting locations of machines in 2004 to create long lines in democratic areas. ohio delivered the presidency for george w. bush. how we remember. this might be why reince priebus, reelected as the rnc chair, is so optimistic about the electoral future for the republicans. >> no state is that reliably a blue state. but it's up to all of us to decide if we're willing to fight for these states. it takes work. it's not going to happen overnight. but from what i've seen in wisconsin, we can make it happen. in two years, we all want to hear the words and the headlines republicans everywhere. >> well, this is the electoral map from the 2012 election. president obama won by four points in a large margin in the electoral college. this is what happens under the republicans' everywhere strategy. president obama still wins by four points, but loses the presidency in an electoral landslide. as long as this plan is out there, republicans will continue to downplay it. >> i
did on behalf of malik richmond is ask the court pursuant to ohio law to suppress all information details, the names of the alleged victim, the accuser in this case, and the accused. and had that been done, the sacred nature of these proceedings would have been in tact. i was rejected in that regard, so here we are and we're dealing with it. discovery, which is where this information was provided, is not uncommon. it happens in every criminal case in the united states of america. and these things are often withheld, if you will, until the appropriate time, at trial. and that time is not in the court of public opinion because people aren't educated on the law. they're not educated on these matters, and it's just inappropriate. >> if it's out there now, just to be clear, so do you disagree with the other attorney representing mr. mays, having put this piece of information out there? >> i don't disagree. i think at some point there has to be balance. and to protect the fairness of the proceedings, you know, this case has to be tried eventually. what has occurred, there has been an at
. ♪ >> this is from ohio, the miami university marching band, from oxford, ohio. before that is the platoon, 3rd u. infantry regiment. this is the miami university marching band. has been an integral part of the spirit and pride of miami university and surrounding oxford, ohio and butler county. >> miami, ohio, will tell you, is close to my heart because my sister actually attended miami, ohio. a beautiful campus. one of the most beautiful i've ever been to. and their marching band is huge. i'm watching it head our way right now. >> 260 members. love the percussion. the band has performed in macy's thanksgiving day parades, carnegie hall. let's let them perform. ♪ >> they have won numerous honors and performing in the macy's day parade. numerous honors. ♪ >> the miami university marching band. from oxford, ohio. ♪ now advancing, the illinois state float celebrates the home state of president obama and the birthplace of first lady michelle obama. the land of lincoln float features american flags, the state flag, and a panorama of the capitol. the state seal adorns the front of the float. the
clis to over 60,000. >> brown: special correspondent john tulenko examines ohio's retention rule for schools-- finish third grade being able to read or be held back. >> up until third grade you're learning to read, after third grade you're reading to learn. but if you aren't well equipped, reading pro fish eptly at the end of third grade you will struggle throughout the rest of your school years >> woodruff: ray suarez looks at the firestorm of criticism leveled against some of the front runners for high-level jobs in a second obama adinistration. >> former senator hagel hasn't been officially nominated to become the next secretary of defense but that hasn't stopped his critics from going to war against the possible picks. >> brown: and mark shields and david brooks analyze the week's news. >> woodruff: that's all ahead on tonight's newshour. >> major funding for the pbs newshour has been provided by: >> bnsf railway. >> support also comes from cargie corporation of new york, a foundation created to do what andrew carnegie called "real and permanent good." celebrating 100 years o
. former ohio congressman steve la tourette, newly sworn in congresswoman tulsi gabbard. mike dewine, tim ferriss and steve rinella. i have one word for you. >> squirrel. >> it's true. we have squirrel. friday, january 4th. "starting point" begins right now. >>> our starting point this morning. in just hours, the brand spanking new 113th congress will vote on a nearly $10 billion aid package for superstorm sandy victims. this after the outrage over speaker boehner canceling the initial vote early this week. athena jones live in our washington bureau. expected to be an easy one today, dana? >> it looks like it will be passed. about $9.7 billion in borrowing authority for the national flood insurance program. that program will run out of money as soon as next week. that's right around the corner, and the house is expected to come in this morning. past that. the senate voted for the larger version bill, and the house is broken into two pieces. the house is expected to approve that scaled-down part as well. >> the other big money vote a few weeks from now. >> january 15th they'll come back an
with reducing its losses in europe. honda is also adding jobs in the u.s. and investing $23 million into an ohio plant where it will manufacture a new hybrid car. honda is hiring 50 people at the marysville, ohio, plant for production of the hybrid version of the honda accord. this will be the third hybrid model built by honda in america and the first in ohio. the vehicle goes on sale this fall. a car collector's dream is happening in arizona. classic cars will be auctioned in scottsdale starting sunday. just be prepared to see your money drive away. bids on collector's items such as ferraris from the '50s and '60s will be available. bids may go up to $10 million on some cars. nokia stock is turning heads on wall street. shares in nokia surged a surprising 18% yesterday after sales of its new lumia smartphone line passed expectations. nokia's ceo said the strong demand for the windows-backed phone means the company is on its way back to profitability. it shipped 4.4 million smartphones in the fourth quarter of last year. nokia's fourth-quarter earnings come out later this month. still to come, i
. newly notice the concentration overnight had been through arkansas, louisiana and the ohio river. abdomen storms are starting to plow their way right across kentucky and especially tennessee. these are all tornado warnings heading right over nashville. thankfully, those storms have weakened a little bit over louisville and bowling green but those are going to slide over the east coast today. an area of greater concern, the area of yellow today, everyone here has a chance of severe storms, damaging winds. it will only last about 30 minutes or less but when that line of storms comes through you'll feel it and you'll want to seek shelter. atlanta, heading through pittsburgh, west virginia, and then afternoon traveling through much of the carolinas. again, all eyes, best chance of tornadoes is in the state of tennessee. thankfully, no fatalities overnight. we'll talk about the snowstorm going on in the northern plains later. that's a look at the national forecast. now a look outside your window. >> so we have the snow on the back side of the storm, too. we have winter storm warnings
of snow being bllmee for a deadly accident in ohio. ohio. 3 police say a ttelve-year old ggrl was killed and several others hurt... the crash happened on nntrstatt two- 3 this morning. officers vehicles were invvlved n that piie-up. 3&pthe snow came down rather &pquiccly, was sticking to everything innluding the -3 roadwayyand with the cold temmeratures the conditions got pretty sliik.. got very, veey icy, aad slick very, very fast. fast. 3 the snowwis aaso being blamed & or another ccash in ohio.... this one involvinfg at least 50 vehicles on interstate seventy-five nnarrmiddletown. 3 the bitter cold weather in minnesota turns a reporterrinto a scientist .... take a look at the demonstrrtion he did on air. air. 3 "which way is the wind blowing... lets see ii this works... hey!" hey!" 33 that was a cup of boiling hot turned nto snow wwen it hit the aii.residents are dealing with wind chills 25 to 455 degrees bellw zero..... temperatures are upposed to crawl back into the teens by wednesday. 3 3 not quite that 3 cold here...
a storm coming it chills just about everybody. all of northern ohio, kentucky, west virginia, almost all of north carolina. then we'll deal with icy problems. freezing rain. atlanta north, especially north georgia, mountains are going to get it good. and watch out there, north of memphis, nashville, too, depending on how warm your temperatures get now it's just beginning and you can see how widespread it is. the white is the snow. again, a lot of light snow. heading for chicago during the morning rush hour. could pick up an inch or two of fluffy snow. there's that ice and the pink shading is where we're getting freezing rain over kentucky. again, very light now but more intense throughout the day. how much snow? this is not a blockbuster event. in most cases, no shoveling or plowing will be needed. for the most part, one or two inches, the higher totals, some of the areas of west virginia, we may get enhancement from richmond to norfolk, to virginia beach. looks like mostly a miss for all of new england, from d.c., to the south, one or two inches later today. again, that's later today. f
control of the house. take a look, even in states like ohio and pennsylvania which went for president obama the republicans overwhelmingly retained their house seats. sick and tired of the congressional gridlock steve cohen of memphis introduced a bill this week which would require states to use independent redistricting commissions in drawing those maps. here we in to talk about his bill and what he expects during president obama's second term, is congressman steve cohen. welcome to "the war room"." >> thank you good to be with you. >> michael: do you think they would or could pass this bill. >> whether they would is doubtful but it's an important bill because we have gridlock and the reason for that is too many districts are concerned about the primary and the far right and far left and they don't have to work with the whole community or the center, because of the partisan redistricting which we have in most states are drawn up just to suit their people or make them overwhelmingly ohio. ohio went for the president. ohio went to sherrod brown but yet 12 of the 16 districts drawn up b
. we begin with explosive new allegations in the rape case turning the small town of steubenville, ohio, apart. two high school football stars are charged with raping a teenage girl in a string of parties this summer. an alleged crime where social media then played a part. they show kids laughing about the alleged rape, saying things that are too crass to even say here. but two starkly different narratives are emerging. one puts heavy blame on witnesses for not coming forward and on a community that tolerates bad behavior by local sports heroes. the other says they're exaggerated, the charges unfounded, and the rap on steubenville unfounded. susan, you spoke to the attorney for one of the accused, i understand. what did he tell you? >> that's right. this is the attorney who represents 16-year-old trent mays, who is one of the two defendants in this case. and he tells me that on august 14th, this would be about three days after the alleged attack, that the woman that -- the young lady that prosecutors say is the victim in this case, allegedly sent a text message to the defend, trent mays
that tearing steubenville, ohio apart. two football stars are charged with raping a girl at a football party this summer. video and tweets rocket and the internet showing kids laughing about the alleged rape saying things that are frankly too crass to even say here but two starkly different narratives are emerging. one puts heavy blame on alleged witnesses for not coming for and on a community that critics say tolerates bad behavior by local sports heros. but now only on "360," new allegations. susan candiotti got the exclusive and joins us now. susan, you spoke to the attorney for one of the accused, i understand. what did he tell you? >> that's right. this is the attorney who represents 16-year-old trent mays, who is one of the two defendants in this case. and he tells me that on august 14th, this would be about three days after the alleged attack, that the woman that -- the young lady that prosecutors say is the victim in this case, allegedly sent a text message to the defend, trent mays. and here's what he said it said. i knew you didn't rape me. we talked to him about it. he explained i
at a year of labor data. still to come on the newshour: syria's unrelenting civil war; ohio's reading guarantee; derailing the president's potential nominees; and shields and brooks. but first, the other news of the day. here's hari sreenivasan. >> sreenivasan: the food and drug administration proposed the most far-reaching food safety rules in decades today. it's a response to outbreaks of food poisoning that kill 3,000 americans every year. under the new rules, farmers would have make sure that workers' hands are washed and animals stay out of fields. and food companies have to submit new safety plans. wall street managed some small gains to close out the week. the dow jones industrial average added 44 points to end at 13,435. the nasdaq rose one point to close at 3,101. the s&p 500 ended the day at 1,466, its best finish in five years. for the week, the dow gained nearly 4%; the nasdaq rose almost 5%. president obama's re-election is now official. the 538 electoral college votes were certified and tallied today in a joint session of congress. the president won 332 votes, far more t
bless america. thank you all. [applause] now the house will continue to be led by a proud son of ohio, a man of conviction, and a public servant of resolve. speaker boehner is a leader who has earned the confidence of his conference and the respect of his colleagues on both sides of the aisle. [applause] he is a man of faith -- faith in god, faith in our country, and faith in his family. as we congratulate him, we also congratulate and thank his wife debbie, and their two daughters lindsay and tricia, and the entire boehner family. speaker boehner -- i know all too well that we will not always agree. but i hope, with all my heart, that we will find common ground that is a higher, better place for our country. surely we can be touched by "the better angels of our nature," so beautifully expressed by president lincoln. this is the people's house. this is the people's gavel. it represents a sacred trust. may we all fulfill that trust and make real the ideals of democratic government. with respect for our constitution, with faith in the american people, with hope for the future of our cou
called smart tech. i saw a row for about a year ago in ohio and i asked him about this company. he told me he had never heard of it. well, i find that hard to believe. this is a company that has a history but if you go to all the fronts within fronts and corporate changes and find out who put up the original money, the original money came from two very wealthy republican donors named mercer reynolds and bill dewitt. i research them and in the 80s, they had bailed out george w. bush several times. he had three oil companies in the 80s that went belly-up and each time they came to his rescue. they were also baseball royalty. his father owned the old st. louis browns and they gave bush ownership in the texas rangers which is the only lucrative investment he ever made. he put in $600,000 came away with about $15 million. his company smart tech which started out as part of a legitimate technology company, soon became the republican operation and its all it's all good and well that the republicans or the conservative movement should have their web sites and so forth. but this was very in usua
and there is some stormy weather in ohio and indiana and kentucky. that storm is headed this way. eventually we will see a change, at least for awhile. the trend is for the temperatures to go up. that is one of the trends anyway. we will talk about it in the insta-weather plus forecast in just a minute to be bankrupt >> the ravens head to denver, considered underdogs, but ray lewis does not put much stock in predictions. rain knows a thing or two of about beating the odds. >> i do not get caught up in this person feels this. this person feels that. i heard someone say he likes the colts. does that make him wrong? i say he is wrong this time keeping everybody has an opinion. whatever their opinions, let them have it. no matter what nobody says, you have to play the game, and that is the way we feel. let the game played out. at the end of the day, some people are going to be right and some people are going to be wrong. >> peyton manning has a 9-0 record against the ravens overall, but baltimore has wrapped up most of their wins on the road. check out the playoff addition for a look at the proper
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reigniting the case of an alleged underage rape in one small ohio town. >>> welcome back to "early start." a rape case in a small ohio town is playing out on social media. it involves two high school football players, a 16-year-old girl that they allegedly assaulted and a 12-minute video. susan candiotti is covering the case and joins us this morning right here in our new york studio. this is shocking. >> it is. good morning. the charges are horrific. a 16-year-old girl alleged lly raped by two high school football in the ohio town of stubenville. there were reports that the girl was drunk and possibly unconscious. now two special prosecutors are just of a month away from trying at least two teens on rape charges. but what makes this case stand out more is talk about the alleged attack last august has been playing itself out through social media. even ohio's chief law enforcement officer says this case might never have come together a decade ago. that's because police in part found out about the alleged rape by piecing together outrageous tweets, a cell phone photo that claims to show th
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